This is Me in Books 2010

I saw this on Annabel’s blog here and thought I should do at least one meme (still don’t know what that means!) this year so here is my christening…
Using only books you have read this year (2010), cleverly answer these questions. Try not to repeat a book title. It’s a lot harder than you think!

* Describe Yourself: The Red Queen
* How do you feel: Somewhere Towards the End
* Describe where you currently live Alone in Berlin
* If you could go anywhere, where would you go: The Magic Toyshop
* Your favorite form of transportation: The White Woman on the Green Bicycle
* Your best friend is: Mary, Mrs A Lincoln
* You and your friends are: The Resistance
* What’s the weather like: The Winter Ghosts
* Favorite time of day: Ghost Light
* If your life was a: Wild Romance
* What is life to you: Now
* Your fear: The Anatomy of Ghosts
* What is the best advice you have to give: Your Presence is Required in Suvanto
* Thought for the Day: Where are You Really From?
* How I would like to die: Beside the Sea
* My soul’s present condition: Fallen Grace :0

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  1. admin says:

    PS, You learn something new every day…I’ve just discovered that “meme” is not pronounced “mee mee” but rather “meam” as in rhyming with “dream”! I always thought it must be “mee mee” as it’s rather egocentric in nature…doh..wrong again. I make surprisingly frequent mistakes in pronunciation (particularly in my native language!) despite my former career as a teacher of French and Italian. ;-)

  2. Annabel says:

    Thanks for the link Teresa. Brilliant choices – I love looking at everyone else’s goes at this meme – they’re all very entertaining!

    I did look up a definition of meme and got this “a cultural unit (an idea or value or pattern of behavior) that is passed from one person to another by non-genetic means (as by imitation)” hope that helps!

  3. lovelytreez says:

    Annabel, I think I’ll continue to call it a mee – mee – that definition is too much for my cold-raddled brain at the moment! I posted it on an online book forum which I frequent and folk loved it – thank you again. :-)

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